Tag: Berrie Center

OSS hosts inaugural arts exposition for students

Ramapo’s Office of Specialized Services (OSS) hosted its inaugural OSS Arts Expo last Wednesday in celebration of Disability Awareness Month. The exposition took place in the Berrie Center at what used to be Curtain Call Café, but is now a free space for everything from live performances to pop-up art […]

Fooligans involve audience in improv

Ramapo College’s very own student improv troupe, the Fooligans, hold two shows a month: one at 8 p.m. and another at 10 p.m. on the selected date. Each show features loose themes throughout the production, such as last year’s Five Nights at Freddy’s, Korn and Christmas. Their most recent show […]

Retiring professor exhibits decades of work

Ramapo College’s visual arts professors look forward to retirement because, in addition to the usual benefits, they receive an opportunity to showcase their work where they once taught. On Sept. 14 at 5 p.m., Professor Shalom Gorewitz unveiled “SHALOM GOREWITZ: EXITBITION” in the Kresge and Pascal Galleries at the Berrie […]

Mignolo dance created a language of movement

As part of their spring showcase, the Berrie Center welcomed mignolo dance to perform their latest piece, “Self-Help,” on Sharp Theater’s stage on the evening of March 5. Students, faculty and guests gathered into the theater where they were greeted with two wood chairs spotlighted on center stage, in addition […]

Curtain Call Cafe must live on

Photo courtesy of Jenna Craig. What used to be a lively hub for students is now simply a shortcut that gives students a break from the cold Mahwah winds on their daily hike from the commuter lot.  My favorite building has changed. Due to the closure of the Curtain Call […]